As a national provider of retirement plans, benefit plans, fund administration, and collective investment trusts, we consider our employees to be our most valuable asset. At BPAS, we value and promote open communications and teamwork across all areas of the organization. We empower employees to take initiative and effect change. We promote work-place diversity and support our staff in maintaining a healthy work-life balance. Our search criteria for ideal candidates is simple: Smart. Friendly. Motivated. Team Spirited. If this is you, let’s talk!
• Medical. Choose from multiple plans
• Vision and prescription coverage
• Dental insurance, including orthodontic care
• Health, dependent care and transportation flexible spending accounts
Offered to Full-Time Employees (25 or more regularly scheduled hours)
Retirement/Life Insurance Benefits
Retirement planning: In addition to our pension plan, we offer a 401(k) employee stock ownership plan (ESOP) with a generous match.
Life insurance: Financial protection for a loved one in case misfortune strikes. Company-Sponsored plans and voluntary supplemental plans are available.
A comprehensive wellness program aimed at improving overall health. Employee assistance program: A confidential service that provides support and information to you and your immediate family on a range of important matters. These include personal problems; health, family and relationship issues; financial and legal concerns; and more.
Generous tuition reimbursement program for employees who wish to further their education with college courses—up to $5,250 per calendar year! (Subject to approval)
Discounts on bank products and services for our employees.
Paid Time Off and Holidays
Employees are entitled to
paid time off to use however they wish—vacations, staycations, family time, etc.
11 paid holidays per calendar year!
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BPAS is a national provider of retirement plans, benefit plans, fund administration, and institutional trust services. We make it our mission to simplify the complicated by delivering benefit-plan services that solve client challenges without the need to engage multiple providers. One company. One call.
BPAS Services: Plan Administration & Recordkeeping | Actuarial & Pension | Healthcare Consulting | IRA | VEBA HRA | Health & Welfare Plans | Fiduciary | Collective Investment Funds | Fund Administration | Institutional Trust
BPAS Subsidiaries: Hand Benefits & Trust | NRS Trust Product Administration | Global Trust Company | BPAS Trust Company of Puerto Rico
At BPAS, our employees are our most valuable asset. We hire, train, and acquire top talent; stay at the forefront of technology, compliance, and regulatory changes; and assume a higher level of responsibility for our clients.
We are committed to teamwork in our business. We value and promote open communications and across all areas of the BPAS organization. We believe in empowering employees to take initiative in addressing issues and giving them the authority to effect change. We believe that our employees deserve a healthy work-life balance and recognize the importance of family support in the success of our employees and ultimately our business.
At BPAS, we value the connection between our clients, employees, jobs, and communities. Embracing this connection is part of our corporate culture. We believe in giving back through corporate commitment, employee commitment, and supporting our troops. We empower our employees to play vital roles in their local communities across the nation with financial resources and volunteerism.
At BPAS, we support and participate in the Community Bank Systems, Inc. (CBSI) Diversity Council. The CBSI Diversity Council includes 23 members and 83 ambassadors, all serving as representatives for more 3,000 employees across the CBSI family of companies. They are the eyes, the ears and, more importantly, the voices of the community that is our company.
The Diversity Council’s Mission is to put faces and names to the concepts of diversity and inclusion. It is here to make sure no one feels unheard, unseen, or uninvited. Through that effort, we foster a culture that doesn’t just accept diversity, but values it.
Read below for frequently asked questions in the application process:
How do I register
and set up a profile?
How do I upload/
update my resume?
Can I apply for more
than one position at a time?
Are there basic requirements
I should know about before I apply?
Will I be subject to a
How long does the
hiring process take?
How will I know that my
application has been received?
What are the next steps after
I submit my application/resume?
If you have not applied to any of our positions before, click “Find Jobs” or “Job Search” to browse our open positions. When you find a position you are ready to apply for, click “Apply Now.” You will be asked to provide your email address. The recruiter or hiring manager will contact you via email so be sure to include an email address you can access. Next, you’ll need to create your Candidate Profile and upload a resume (you will not be able to proceed without submitting a resume). Then, you’ll proceed through the remaining steps, including Candidate Questions, Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) information, Job-Specific questions, and the Voluntary Self-Identification forms. With your candidate profile complete, you can use it to apply for multiple job postings. You may also update it as necessary from your dashboard page.
When you are logged in to your candidate profile, click one of the My Computer, Google Drive, Dropbox or OneDrive buttons to upload your resume based on where your resume is stored on your computer or device.
To update your resume, click the “Update Your Profile” button on the dashboard page to get back into your candidate profile and click the “Replace Resume” button
Of course! After you’ve created a profile, you can log back in at any time and apply for more positions. You will need to apply to each position separately. Proceed through the Job Specific Questions and Voluntary Self Identification Forms. Your Candidate Profile and Candidate Questions have already been filled out, so you should not need to fill those out again. If you need to update them, you can update them from your Dashboard page by clicking “Update Your Profile” or “Update Screening Questions”.
All job candidates must be over 18 and eligible to work in the United States. Most positions require a high school education or equivalent.
Yes, all offers of employment are contingent upon a successful background check. The background check includes a review of any criminal history, credit history, education verifications and references. Some positions (specifically lending-related) have strict requirements with regard to credit history.
Typically, the hiring timeline will vary based on the position. We do our best to respect the job candidate’s time by moving the process along in a timely manner. However, busy schedules can slow the process down. To inquire about the status of your candidacy, please feel free to reach out to the HR contact for your position.
An automated email will be sent to you from our application tracking system to confirm your application has been received. If you don’t get a confirmation email, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Once you’ve submitted your application, it will be reviewed by HR. If you meet the minimum qualifications, your application will be forwarded to the Hiring Manager. He or she will review all applications in detail. If the Hiring Manager would like to discuss your qualifications with you, we will contact you as soon as possible. If you don’t meet the minimum qualifications or are not being invited for an interview, we will inform you by email.
Community Bank is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.
If you have a physical or other impairment that might require an accommodation (including assistance with our application process), please contact us via email at Email: email@example.com
Community Bank will make reasonable accommodations for anyone with a disability. Please contact the Human Resources Department and indicate the specifics of the assistance needed. Phone: 315-366-3709
Monday - Friday (9am to 5pm)
Mail: Community Bank - Attention HR Department
5790 Widewaters Parkway
DeWitt, NY 13214